28 October 2014
General Taipei Intelligence Test
When traveling up the escalator, one should stand still on the ___? Left B. Right C. One should not stand still D. There is no such thing as an escalator When taking the bus, when should one pay for the bus ride?
When boarding the bus B. After the bus ride C. Differs for every bus ride D. A bill will be sent to one’s house What public biking system is funded by the Taipei government for its citizens to use? U-Bike B. T-Bike C. I-bike D. Bike-Bike
What is the main color of the bikes from the question above? Green B. Blue C. Purple D. Orange
For how long can one rent the bikes from question 3 for free? 10 minutes B. Half an hour C. One hour D. One Day
Answers: 1. B 2. C 3. A 4. D 5. B
My Chitling Intelligence Test is named General Taipei Intelligence Test. From the name, it can be interpreted as a test targeted for people who live in Taipei or understand Taipei. However, it is a problematic IQ test, just like other Dove Counterbalance General Intelligence tests. Initially, Chitling tests were generated to prove that certain IQ tests were bias, but besides this, seeing it as a legitimate intelligence test can be argued. For, this test has validity, but its predicting abilities of one’s success has yet to be known and proven. Furthermore, this test is bias towards a certain group as well. Concluding, my General Taipei Intelligence Test is a Chitling Test, Dove Counterbalance General Intelligence test, that shows certain flaws, but still manifests the idea that certain tests are bias towards certain ethic groups or social classes.
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